Explore Scientific 62 Degree 14mm Eyepiece - 1.25"

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ES-EPWP6214LE-1
  • Focal Length: 14 mm
  • Barrel Size: 1.25-inch
  • Field of View: 62 degree
  • Eye Relief: 10.4 mm
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Explore Scientific 62 Degree 14mm Eyepiece - 1.25"

Explore Scientific's 62 Degree 14 mm Eyepiece is a paragon of three important values; comfort, quality, and value. With a 62 degrees field of view and high-quality optics working together this low-cost eyepiece can definitely improve your visual astronomy experience beyond what you'd expect of such a small and easy to purchase eyepiece. The focal design of these eyepieces makes it very easy to view objects by looking slightly to the side of them, enabling you to view the faintest of night sky objects through the technique of averted vision. In summary, it is a high contrast and respectably high field of view eyepiece at an amazing price.

 

  • Special Features:
  • - Waterproof
  • - Averted Viewing Optimized
  • -UNLIMITED LIFETIME, TRANSFERABLE WARRANTY!!
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    SPECIFICATIONS

    ER10mm to 14mm
    Eye Relief10.4mm
    Field of View62 degrees
    Focal Length14mm
    FoV 79 Degrees
    Free ShippingYes
    ManufacturerExplore Scientific
    Size1.25"
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    04/22/2019
    Scott F.
    United States
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    My only use to date was on my Lunt H-alpha scope. It was sharp, but the eye-relief was inadequate for comfortable viewing. I'm waiting for the clouds to leave for an evening so I can try it on a 102mm refractor and an 8" SCT.